But for you et al. who actually Care about the "Über-Carbonation" of Earth's BioSphere, its Atmosphere e Especially Oceans – there IS some mui clever Chemical Engineering ∑Capable of Solving this urgent problem.
Please permit me to copy you on a very recent comment to 's thread about _Atomic Insights_ (appended):
You really "Hit the nail on Head" in your Writing on so-called Renewables:
"• the Only Tech that can currently and "near-futurely" completely replace Fossil-Fuel Burning for Ênergy (which "Ê" = Heat & e-Power) is Nuclear;
"• the Only Núc Tech capable of lucrative, truly subsidy-free "Ēcō/Éc" Success (Ēcōlógical and Écǝnómic) is Molten-sal. Science:
. . . . . . bit.ly/ms-sci !"
Richard Batty's thread:
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